What is it? You may ask. Credit Card? Debit Card? Revolut?
Many may have previously known, but for a limited time only…
Yes, Revolut Public Transport Cashback is back. For the full terms and conditions you can find them here.
Here is what we previously wrote.
To summarise here what it essentially entails:
- 10% of the amount of you spend on public transport, capped at a maximum of SGD$10 each month
- Make transactions on at least 10 days within the month of March 2023
- Minimum amount of cashback is SGD$0.10
- Cashback to be awarded 30 business days after the end of each month
Hence, are you eligible?
- Downloaded the Revolut App
- An account with Revolut, successfully onboarded, and your account had not been suspended or restricted
- Residing in Singapore
How long does this promotion last?
As of now, we only know this campaign only lasts till 31st March 2023.
Will we have the same promotion for April? Who knows?
Hence, sign up now! To enjoy Revolut’s March Public Transport Cashback Campaign.
Here are 4 simple steps:
- Sign up for Revolut Account with the Standard Plan using this link.
- Top up via Bank Transfer into your card
- Simply add the card into your phone wallet – Apple Pay/Samsung Pay etc
- Use it to tap for your public transport and now – enjoy the cashback!
Key point to note
- Revolut card is free to apply but they do offer paid memberships
- Spend $10 each for 3 transactions and we will get our referral bonus!
- Standard plan (Free) is eligible for this cashback on public transport
- No minimum monthly spend
- Cashback is capped at $10 for each calendar month
If you are keen, check out our articles on other analysis: Trust Bank Referral, Singapore Banks in Q4 2022, Top 5 highlights of Singapore’s budget 2023
Your spending on public transportation will almost certainly increase as a result of the mixed work arrangements. As a result, take advantage of this promotion and get cashback while it lasts! Do check out our blog for future promotions on credit card, debit card or brokerage deals.
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